Summer 1983. While wandering the streets of Paris, Sophie Calle finds an address book with an enticing red cover. Overwhelmed by curiosity as she turns the pages covered in casual notes, Calle decides to make the owner’s acquaintance, but not with a straightforward meeting. Instead, she decides that the identity of this intriguing individual will be revealed to her bit by bit, through the people whose names fill the pages of the notebook.
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